Why Companies Hire an External Consultant to Help Them

Strategy Driven

Specialized skills are expensive to develop in-house and you might only need them occasionally. This means they develop a network of connections. Vested interests and personal power plays may at best limit thinking.

Twitter Weekly Highlights for 2011-03-18

Tanveer Naseer

Here’s a compliation of some of the articles/tweets I shared on Twitter this week: Leaders, Are You Developing Your Employee’s Super Powers? 4 Problems With Our Brains That Cause Us To Make Dumb Decisions [link] # psychology #decisionmaking #. RT @ smaxbrown : Author Jennifer @ Aaker of The Dragonfly Effect reveals how to get results by harnessing power of SM [link] #.

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The Startling Fact About the Criteria to Make More Effective.

CO2

See Matrix above) There are some powerful ways to visual present information to make your point even stronger. Using “Systematic Decision Making&# methodology, DecisionMaker Pro let you start a decision, setup criteria and assert all respective choices in an objective way. They have videos on the developers site that will take you three minutes to learn the tool.

Criteria for a Critical Decision

CO2

See Matrix above) There are some powerful ways to visual present information to make your point even stronger. Using “Systematic Decision Making&# methodology, DecisionMaker Pro let you start a decision, setup criteria and assert all respective choices in an objective way. They have videos on the developers site that will take you three minutes to learn the tool.

Is Economics Ready for a New Model?

Harvard Business Review

The conviction spread that, thanks in part to financial innovation, the world's developed economies had become more resilient even as financial markets became more volatile. Summers, meanwhile, is the second most powerful economic official in the U.S. You can find lots of scholars at top economics departments who study why bubbles and crashes happen, and how psychology and genetics shape individual decisionmaking.